The Journal of Information, Law and Technology (JILT) includes articles and information of international relevance. The journal has a distinguished international advisory board, including scholars from Australia, Europe and North America.
The journal seeks academic articles with international perspectives on IT law and IT applications in legal education and practice. We are also pleased to receive commentaries, case studies, work in progress research papers, special reports, conference reports, book reviews, software reviews and demos. In particular, articles are welcomed in the following subject areas: e-commerce, e-business and e-learning, encryption, liabilities for defective software, data protection, electronic intellectual property rights, privacy, copyright, practical and legal barriers to electronic access to legal information, computer crime, dispute resolution, internet regulation, and analysis of recent legislation.
Scope and Nature of the Journal
The journal will address issues of importance to scholars, students and practitioners of law as well as those interested in information/multimedia technology and its broader applications in law. JILT is the first in a series of journals to be published under the auspices of Electronic Law Journals project.
JILT is published electronically and fully utilises the potential of hypermedia technology available on the World Wide Web. Please note there is no paper edition of the journal produced. All articles are accessible free of charge and a download version for easy printing is supplied with each article in rich text format (.rtf).
The first issue has been online since January 31, 1996, and has elicited praise from the legal community.
UK authors please note:
The (Circular RAE96 1/94 para 25c) Higher Education Funding Councils have stated that:
'in the light of the recommendations of the Joint Funding Councils' Libraries Review Group Report (published in December 1993), refereed journal articles published through electronic means will be treated on the same basis as those appearing in printed journals'.
Articles may be submitted after the published deadline, by arrangement with the editor.
Articles are normally published online a few months after they are submitted and accepted for publication by JILT. However, please check deadlines with the Editors.
For further information please contact:
Electronic Law Journals,
University of Warwick,
Coventry, CV4 7AL, UK.
Tel: +44 (0)24 7652 4492
Fax: +44 (0)24 7652 4105
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